Christie Toth

Curriculum Vitae

Christie Toth portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies

Biography

Education

  • PhD, English and Education, University of Michigan
  • MA, English, Portland State University
  • BA, Anthropology, Bowdoin College

Honors & Awards

  • URC Faculty Fellowship. University Research Committee , 02/2017
  • Mark Reynolds Teaching English in the Two-Year College Best Article Award 2014. TYCA, 01/2015
  • Finalist: James Berlin Outstanding Dissertation Award. CCCC, 01/2015
  • Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship. University of Michigan, 09/2013
  • David and Linda Moscow Prize for Excellence in Teaching Composition. University of Michigan, 04/2013
  • Chairs' Memorial Scholarship. CCCC, 03/2013
  • School of Education Scholars Award. University of Michigan, 09/2009

Biography

Research interests:

  • Two-year college composition studies
  • Transfer student writing experiences
  • Writing assessment and placement
  • Basic/developmental writing
  • Settler colonial studies
  • Tribal college writing instruction
  • Mormon rhetorics

Affiliations

  • Rhetoric Society of America (RSA), Member, 10/2014 - present
  • Two-Year College English Association West (TYCA-West), Member, 10/2012 - present
  • Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA), Member, 04/2012 - present
  • Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA), Member, 04/2010 - present
  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Member, 01/2007 - present

In the Media

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • United States of America. Navajo Nation; Utah.